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Foreign Currency Trading DAILY MARKET REPORT
December 22nd 2016

EUR/USD Foreign Currency Trading

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Market got thin this Wednesday, with volume plunging as the winter holidays’ season arrived. Majors were confined to tight ranges although the EUR/USD pair saw a spike up to 1.0450, resulting in the pair closing the day in the green around 1.0430. There was no clear catalyst behind the early spike that pushed the pair above 1.0400, although some yen´s demand put the dollar under pressure, accelerating profit taking on dollar longs.

Data coming from the US surprised to the upside, as Existing Home Sales in November rose by 0.7% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.61 million in November from a downwardly revised 5.57 million in October, beating expectations of a 1.0% decline. November’s sales pace is now the highest since February 2007 (5.79 million) and is 15.4% higher than a year ago. Also, the EU preliminary December Consumer Confidence improved, reaching its highest in 20 months, printing -5.1 from previous -6.1.

The EUR/USD pair technical picture shows that this intraday recovery is mere corrective, as the price remains less than 100 pips away from the multi-year low reached this week, after plummeting almost 1,000 pips in a bit more than a month. It also indicates that speculators are in no rush to unwind their long positions in the greenback against the common currency, implying lower lows are still ahead. In the 4 hours chart the price has managed to settle right above a horizontal 20 SMA, whilst the Momentum indicator has extended its recovery up to neutral readings and the RSI indicator heads modestly lower in the 46 level, suggesting the pair may quickly resume its decline, moreover on a break below 1.0390, the immediate support.

Support levels: 1.0390 1.0350 1.0320

Resistance levels: 1.0460 1.0500 1.0545

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USD/JPY Foreign Currency Trading

The USD/JPY pair recovered from a daily low of 117.10 achieved early Europe, ending the day modestly lower around 117.60, as a pullback in the dollar index and the poor performance of Wall Street, put the greenback under mild pressure. Nevertheless, the pair holds within its early week range, consolidating no far from the multi-month high posted last week at 118.66. The near-term consolidative phase would likely extend over the upcoming sessions, although the US will release several interesting readings this Thursday, including Durable Goods Orders and the final revision of Q3 GDP, which may trigger the final spike of action before the market enters in full-holiday’s mode. Short term, the pair is at risk of falling further, as in the 1 hour chart the price is contained by selling interest around a horizontal 100 SMA, whilst technical indicators head modestly lower within neutral territory. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators lack directional strength, also within neutral territory, whilst the price  remains far above a bullish 100 SMA, currently at 115.36. A break below the weekly low, set last Monday at 116.54, will open doors for a steeper correction down to the mentioned 100 SMA.

Support levels: 117.10 116.55 116.10

Resistance levels: 117.90 118.30 118.65

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GBP/USD Foreign Currency Trading

The GBP/USD pair attempted to recover some ground this Wednesday, but faltered around 1.2390 and closed the day marginally lower in the 1.2340 region. News coming from the UK showed that Britain’s national debt reached a new record high in November, as public sector borrowing rose by more-than-expected, up by £12.210B, sending the national debt to a new record high of £1.655trn. The pair is neutral-to-bearish in the short term, as in the 1 hour chart, the price has settled below a horizontal 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have entered negative territory, with the Momentum indicator heading south at fresh daily lows, and the RSI indicator also declining around 42, all aligned for further declines. In the 4 hours chart, the pair has remained well below a still bearish 20 SMA, while the RSI indicator turned south, currently at 34, and the Momentum indicator diverges modestly higher, still below the 100 level. Dips below the 1.2330 support have been quickly reverted, which means that the pair needs now to accelerate below 1.2300 to force buyers to give up, and send the pair towards fresh weekly lows, probably around 1.2250.

Support levels:  1.2330 1.2290 1.2250

Resistance levels: 1.2385 1.2420 1.2460

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AUD/USD Foreign Currency Trading

The AUD/USD pair advanced up to 0.7279 intraday, but quickly turned south and closed the day in the red in the 0.7240 region. The pair has trimmed all of its Tuesday gains, as despite some profit taking on recent dollar’s gains, the American currency remains as the strongest in FX board. Weighing on the Aussie, and in fact, in all the commodity-related bloc, was a slump in oil prices following a larger-than-expected build in US stockpiles as reported by the EIA. The macroeconomic calendar will remain empty during the upcoming Asian session, anticipating limited ranges among major pairs. The short term picture for the AUD/USD pair is modestly bearish, as in the 1 hour chart,  the price is now nearing its daily low and below a directionless 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have turned south within negative territory, after failing to overcome their mid-lines. In the 4 hours chart, a strongly bearish 20 SMA continues capping advances, whilst the RSI indicator resumes its decline after barely correcting oversold readings, in line with further slides towards 0.7210, a major Fibonacci support, as the level stands for the 61.8% retracement of the early year rally.

Support: levels: 0.7210 0.7175 0.7140

Resistance levels: 0.7290 0.7330 0.7370

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GBP/CAD Foreign Currency Trading

The GBP/CAD cross posted a modest advance, but closed the day marginally higher around 1.6548. Pound’s early weakness sent the cross down to 1.6485 intraday, but a surprise build in US crude stockpiles put the Canadian dollar under pressure, neutralizing the negative tone of the Sterling. The Canadian dollar fell to a fresh 2-week low against the greenback, after  US Energy Information Administration reported that domestic-crude stockpiles rose 2.2 million barrels, against expectations of a 2.3-million-barrel fall. The technical outlook is neutral in the short term, with technical indicators in the 1 hour chart hovering within neutral territory, and the price developing above a modestly bullish 20 SMA. In the 4 hours chart, however, the upside seems limited, with a modestly bearish 20 SMA capping the upside around 1.6580 and technical indicators holding below their mid-lines, although with no clear directional strength.

Support levels: 1.6490 1.6440 1.6390

Resistance levels: 1.6580 1.6660 1.6720

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Dow Jones Foreign Currency Trading

US indexes closed with modest losses in a dull session, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down by  32 points to settle at 19,942.02. The Nasdaq Composite shed 12 points and closed at 5,471.43, while the S&P lost 5 points, to end at 2,265.18. There was no particular reason for stocks´ retracement, and in fact, macroeconomic news were encouraging, as US housing data beat expectations. The decline was more related to profit taking ahead of a long week of holidays than to diminishing buying interest. The daily chart for the DJIA shows that technical indicators have barely turned lower, but hold within overbought territory, while the index holds far above a bullish 20 DMA. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the Dow is clearly neutral, confined to a tight range above a horizontal 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators retreated partially within positive territory, with the Momentum indicator still hovering around its 100 level and the RSI declining around 58.

Support levels: 19,894 19,823 19,746

Resistance levels: 19,984 20,040 20,100

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FTSE Foreign Currency Trading

The FTSE 100 closed this Wednesday at 7,041.42, down by 2 points or 0.04%, as investors struggled for direction in thin trading. Denting investors sentiment was a strong intraday fall in Capita’s shares after Goldman Sachs slashed its valuation for the shares from 771p to 595p. The stock closed down 0.72%. Industrials were among the best performers in the region alongside with automakers, and within the Footsie, Ashtead Group gained 1.32%, followed by Rolls-Royce Holdings, up 1.33%. The benchmark maintains its bullish tone in the daily chart, as the Momentum indicator extended its advance within positive territory, now at its highest since early October, while the RSI indicator consolidates around 63. Still, limited volume amid winter holidays can see the index consolidating further this week and the next. In the 4 hours chat, technical indicators have turned neutral, reflecting the absence of directional strength, while the index remains above a sharply bullish 20 SMA, currently at 7,019, the immediate short term support.

Support levels: 7,019 6,980 6,936

Resistance levels: 7,054 7,080 7,136

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Gold Foreign Currency Trading

Spot gold closed the day flat just a few cents above $1,131.00 a troy ounce. The precious metal has been under pressure ever since US election resulted in hopes for rising inflation under upcoming Trump´s presidency, further fueled by the latest FED’s dot-plot, in where policy makers anticipate three rate hikes for 2017 against two foresaw in September. The non-yielding asset consolidates its latest losses ever since the week started, but retains the bearish bias, with a break below the 1,100.00 level still likely for the upcoming days. In the daily chart, technical indicators have lost directional strength, but the Momentum remains well below its 100 level, and the RSI holds within oversold territory, whilst the 20 DMA continues heading lower far above the current level, all supporting further slides ahead. In the 4 hours chart, the commodity presents a neutral-to-bearish stance, with the price slightly below a horizontal 20 SMA and technical indicators heading nowhere right below their mid-lines.

Support levels: 1,122.60 1,114.80 1,094.30

Resistance levels: 1,142.50 1,151.20 1,164.05

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